This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Tom Costello) A new search zone in the effort to find wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 featured; photos of debris shown; animation shown; details given about the re-analysis of the flight data, the calmer ocean conditions, and the task of a team of investigators to listen to what was said in the cockpit. [Royal Australian Air Force Lt. Josh WILLIAMS, Australian Transport Safety Bureau Martin DOLAN, University of Western Australia Charitha PATTIARATCHI, NTSB aerospace engineer Erin GORMLEY- comment.] The roles of the NTSB and the Pentagon noted.
(Arlington, Washington: Miguel Almaguer) The ongoing search for victims of the mudslide in Oso, Washington updated; scenes shown of the search operations and a candlelight vigil; photos shown of missing residents Amanda Lennick, Bill Welsh, Steve Hadaway, Stephen Neal, Larry and Sandy Miller, and Linda McPherson; details given about the warning from the Army Corps of Engineers about the potential for a large catastrophic failure. [Snohomish County fire Chief Travis HOTS, Snohomish County fire department Steve MASON, Neal’s daughter Caroline NEAL, North Shore Christian Church pastor Rob CIZEK, homeowner Robin YOUNGBLOOD- comment.]
(Pentagon: Jim Miklaszewski) Russian President Vladimir Putin’s call to President Obama to discuss diplomatic proposals to address the crisis in Ukraine reviewed; scenes shown of Russian troops that are massing at the Ukrainian border; map shown; details given about the belief that Russia wants to seize part of southeastern Ukraine to have access to Crimea.
(Trenton, New Jersey: Kelly O’Donnell) New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s first news conference following the release of a report clearing him of involvement in the bridge traffic scandal reviewed; details given about the resignation of Port Authority chairman David Samson and the blaming of former Christie associates Bridget Kelly and David Wildstein. [CHRISTIE – says it won’t affect his decision to run for president.]
(New York: Anne Thompson) GM’s expansion of its recall of cars with faulty ignitions switches and its call for dealers to stop selling certain models of Chevy Cruze featured; recall models listed.
(Los Angeles: Gabe Gutierrez) Declining attendance at movie theaters examined; clips shown from “Noah”; statistics on moviegoers, ticket sales and ticket prices cited; details given about the popularity of on-demand services like Netflix and Hulu. [2 MOVIEGOERS, Rentrak box office analyst Paul DERGARABEDIAN, Los Angeles residents Spencer LOUIE, Ariel COWELL- comment.]
(Arlington, Washington: Joe Fryer) The people making a difference by helping others in the mudslide zone in Washington state featured; details given about the Soup Ladies, the Boy Scouts, and high school students who are helping to feed search crews in Oso. [Soup Lady Ginger “Mama” PASSARELLI, WOMAN – comment.]